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Member Benefits June 2021

Newsletter – June 2021
Member Benefits: PMI membership includes many free resources that can help you power your career and earn valuable PDUs. 1000+ tools,templates and webinars  4 virtual events each year  Discounts up to 30% off live events, online courses and popular books in the PMI Store Networking with project managers around the world Plus, PMI membership includes free access to these digital publications: PMBOK® Guide (available in 12 languages) 19 digital editions of the PMI Standards  57 digital editions of PMI-published books   Happy Learning and earning PDUs!!! Feel free to revert for any further clarifications. https://www.pmi.org/membership  

PM Quiz June 2021

Newsletter – June 2021
PM Quiz Questions ________________quality method recommend continuous improvement based on small changes involving members of the organization _________________quality management method uses boards to enable and promote visualization and flow of work through the system, for everyone to see Comparing the quality methods adopted by one’s organization with those adopted by reputed companies in the industry is called__________quality technique Classifying the defects by cause and summarizing it in a chart in descending order is done as part of ________ quality tool. _________quality control technique or tool should be used when trying to determine the cause of a major defect

PM Member’s Corner June 2021

Newsletter – June 2021
PM Member’s Corner We welcome all new members and thank members who have renewed their membership in May 2021 Members completing their anniversaries in May 2021 There are a total of 125 chapter members who have completed their anniversaries in May 2021. We from the chapter would like to thank them all for being with us through thick and thin and support us for these long years. Some of the notable long terms (10 years and above) are given below. 18 Years (Since May 2003) Mr. Vasudevan Kuppuswamy   17 Years (Since May 2004) Mr. Meenakshisundaram Narayanan   16 Years (Since May 2005) Mr. Sundar Arumugham   15 Years (Since May 2006) Mrs. Pankaj Tiwari Mr. Bhaskar Jaganathan Mr. Amaran Arumugam Mr. Chandrasekar Ramakrishnan   14 Years (Since May 20

Chapter News June 2021

Newsletter – June 2021
Chapter News Arun Malavalli The Chapter conducted below events successfully PM Footprints Webinar: Chapter conducted PM Footprints webinar on 8th May 2021. Topic was "Consultant - Title or Responsibility". Speaker was Lt.Col.L.Shri Harsha (Retd). The event was well received with over 150 participants attending. E&C PM Footprints Webinar: Chapter conducted E&C PM Footprints webinar on 8th May 2021. Topic was "Well-being & Sustainability in future workplace design". Speaker was Mr. Jayesh Ganesh. The event was well received with over 100 participants attending. PMP QUEST: PMP QUEST was successfully conducted on 22nd,23rd,29th & 30th May 2021. The next batch of PMP QUESTwill be held on 19th,20th June and 26th,27th June 2021. Annual Members Meeting (AMM) :The Chapter has conven...

PM Guest Article June 2021

Newsletter – June 2021
The Working Mom-Striking the perfect balance Deenaz Jahagirdar Presently working with CONNECT Training Organisation across Karnataka. I possess a Master’s Degree and a PGD in International Air Travel and Tourism. A corporate trainer with 15+ years of experience and have so far trained 100,000+ candidates. I also train students on Business Communication and Competitive exams. Working mothers or corporate mothers or mothers who are simply homemakers are all epitome of love warmth and understanding. Only difference is the way they balance their professional life and family, These days the trend is more of working mothers. They have the freedom to choose to be a working mom. However, with freedom comes responsibly. So how do you think they manage their freedom and discipline in life?? Basical

PM Guest Article June 2021

Newsletter – June 2021
Building a pipeline of women project managers : What needs to be done? Professor Vasanthi Srinivasan Professor Srinivasan is a Professor in the Organizational Behavior and Human Resource Management Area at Indian Institute of Management, Bangalore (IIM-B). She is also the Chairperson of Digital Learning at IIM-B and also the Past President of Indian Academy of Management. Her research interests are in the field of Multi-generations in the Workplace, Women in Management and Boards, Ethics Teaching in Business Schools, HRM in Rapid Growth Organizations and Ethics, and CSR in Micro, Small and Mid-sized enterprises. While the Indian economy has grown 6 to 7% annually for the last 30 years, women’s participation across all levels in the workforce has declined (Gender Gap Report, 2021). In just

PM Guest Article June 2021

Newsletter – June 2021
DataScience Project Management Framework – CRISP -DM Roona Shree A problem solver, integrator and simplifier with a B.E degree  in computer Science and 17 years experience in IT in areas of Databases, Cloud and Project Management. I am currently pursuing PG in DataScience and would be happy to connect if anyone wants to learn more about DataScience. Data is the new oil, new currency. Data is the King or at least the Kingmaker. Data Science or Business Analytics has a vast application in almost every area. More and more companies are adopting the Data approach in decision making. The number of Data Science Projects is seeing exponential growth and Project Managers must understand Data Science Project Methodologies. CRISP – DM is one such framework which provides Project managers a structur

Editor’s Note June 2021

Newsletter – June 2021
Editor's Note Dear Readers, What place do working women hold and represent in India’s workforce ? In this edition, we will get to know from a contributor who is working on tomorrow’s technologies, understand the thoughts of one of the first proponents in India of gender equality in the workplace and also hear from a quintessential working mom who dons many hats. I want to highlight some interesting facts. The Global Gender Gap Index measures the participation of both genders in the workforce across all sectors and levels. India is ranked 140th out of 156 countries that were part of the Global Gender Gap Index Survey 2021. Significantly , India was ranked 112th in 2020 , a shocking fall of 28 positions in a year. Interestingly ,women in India earn on an average 1/5th of the earnings of the